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Dec 6, 2013 12:00pm PST
president of the information the former president bill clinton the former secretary of state hillary clinton and most americans in the leadership, most believe that settlements and increasing settlements are not in the interest of finding an agreement between israelis and palestinians. where do you come down on that? and where do you come down on sharing jerusalem as a capitol. >> you're asking my person opinion. >> rose: your personal opinion. >> my right wing hawkish friends are going to be very mad with me because i'm going to tell you that jerusalem is already divided. jews don't go to the arab sections or very rarely go and when they go they get stones thrown at them. so i believe the clinton parameters are the right parameters. 67 borders. >> rose: 67 borders. >> territory swaps. >> rose: not the same borders but the same equivalency. >> exactly 67 borders with territory swaps dividing jerusalem and finding some arrangement so that jews can go to the holiest place in the jewish religion. jews are not allowed to go to the temple mount because a mosque is there. that's outrageous. places
PBS
Dec 10, 2013 3:00pm PST
stadium. they included three former u.s. presidents: jimmy carter, bill clinton and george w. bush. brazil's president dilma rousseff pointed to mandela's long battle against apartheid and the example he set for many in the developing world. >> ( translated ): mandela's fight and that of the south african people as a whole became a paradigm, a model not only for this continent but also for those who fight for justice, freedom and equality. >> ifill: and cuban president raul castro paid special tribute to mandela's call for reconciliation after winning his long fight for freedom. >> ( translated ): i remember at this moment his bond of affection with fidel castro. fidel has said, and i quote, "nelson mandela will not go down in history for the 27 consecutive years he spent incarcerated without ever renouncing his ideas; he will go down in history because he was capable of cleaning up his soul from the poison that such an unfair punishment could have planted there." >> ifill: at one point, president obama greeted castro with a handshake, a gesture that drew attention around the world
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